Labour must keep marching left to appeal to the youth vote

To win next time Corbyn must follow his most ambitious pledge and democratise the party, empower members and make MPs more accountable … More Labour must keep marching left to appeal to the youth vote

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Mijente on how living with Trump is teaching people to create, not wait for the world they want to see

This is the second instalment of the Still we dream series, where grassroots voices from across the migrants’ rights and racial justice movements in the US talk about responding to Donald Trump’s election and how they’re building their movements. They’ll talk about everything from winning the public debate to building rapid-response systems to immigration raids. And we’ll … More Mijente on how living with Trump is teaching people to create, not wait for the world they want to see

We must go big, bold & migrant-led, says New Sanctuary Movement

Today, there are over 200 sanctuary cities across the US; outposts of a principle treasured and upheld by a powerful, national movement. This week, we’re interviewing Peter Pedemonti, co-founder and director of the New Sanctuary Movement in Philadelphia (NSM). This migrant-led, inter-faith organisation is developing a rapid response systems to raids, taking the sanctuary movement on to the streets. … More We must go big, bold & migrant-led, says New Sanctuary Movement

Stop Charter Flight Deportations: international weeks of action launch today

The forced removal of over 50 people from their homes on a charter flight to Jamaica in September last year renewed outrage over the mass forced removals being carried out via charter flights – and heated debate. Those with young children were advised by the Home Office to “do their parenting via Skype” 4,500 miles away…
But stories like this one have galvanised grassroots resistance to charter flight removals and today marks the beginning of two consecutive and international weeks of action against this government’s policy of mass deportation. … More Stop Charter Flight Deportations: international weeks of action launch today

Entry IV: The Sinking of the Nameless: Recollections of a Volunteer/Journalist

Great tragedies are supposed to have names. The Titanic, the Lusitania… Their dead live forever in the stories we tell about them and the living fight for change in their memory that they might not die in vain. This is just a boat of ‘migrants’ that sunk in the Aegean, another number, another regrettable spat … More Entry IV: The Sinking of the Nameless: Recollections of a Volunteer/Journalist